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seigenthaler. >> campaigner in chief. let's play "hardball." good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off tonight, course correction. massachusetts sent a message this week and obama replied. the cool president obama today became the passionate fighting candidate obama. >> so long as i have some breath in me, so long as i have the privilege of serving as your president, i will not stop fighting for you. >> mr. obama's populist tone may be just what we needs. can he ride the wave of voter anger rather than get drowned in it? that's our top story tonight and a hell of a question. the president said he's not giving up on some form of health care reform, but will the republicans just say no and just say no again and again and again? is that their strategy? plus, winners and losers, does yesterday's supreme court decision on campaign finance mean weakened political parties and bought-and-sold candidates by corporate america? we'll debate that hot one later. plus, when it comes to presidential candidates the republicans have always been a wait your turn party. is it time for the ol
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-au-prince for nbc news. >>> manuel roy francier reporting from haiti from "the washington post," let's check in with him. the latest at 7:00 eastern now, the fourth night of this disaster. what can you report to us as you're reporting for "the washington post" tonight? >> darkness has fallen here, it's a brief moment of calm. so many people are living out in the streets. it's a very noisy place right now. port-au-prince is a loud place during the day. we just heard a big grinding noise, for instance, just to give you a sense of the sights and smells, right, nobody knew what it is, but people screamed. people are on edge. there's paranoia, and at night, because we've had tremors and aftershocks, people are on the edge about that. >> sights and smells, give us the full picture with this amount of death, it must be getting close to the situation where you're going to have a stench in that city that's just overwhelming with all the bodies decaying, with the horrendous destruction of everything including all whatever sewer facilities did exist, it seems to me that they're up-ended to put it light
." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off, denial. the bush loyalists have been nasty on the offense lately blasting obama on everything from not saying the word terrorists enough to being a socialist and not being an american. but the reality is not so sharp when it comes to defense. catch this whopper today from former new york mayor rudy giuliani. >> what he should be doing is following the right things that bush did. one of the right things he did was treat this as a war on terror. we had no domestic attacks under bush. we've had one under obama. >> really, no domestic attacks during president bush. how about the one the president was clearly, memorableably warned about, the one in august of 2001 -- bin laden determined to strike in u.s.? what about the attacks of 9/11 which, as joe biden likes to say, rudy giuliani made the chief component of every sentence he spoke running for president. is this the new republican strategy, to speak and pretend that 9/11 was some bad memory they inherited from a previous administration and hope that it sticks? plus, great new det
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